How To Import to iMovie
Identify the iMovie logo on your toolbar. If it is
not there, look for it in the Finder( ). Double click to
You might see this window as
you open iMovie. If you have not yet done so, view this
brief but helpful overview of how to use the program. (It
will save you potential frustrations down the road…)
Under File, select New Project.
Rename your Project, with
the specific topic in the title (eg. PhotoCompBroadcast).
To import Photo in to iMovie, select the photo
icon in the panel (on the left of the screen), and double
Under the iPhoto dropdown menu,
select Last Import.
Click on the first
image, hold the Shift key, and click on the last image to
select the photos (each selected image will have a blue
Click and hold as
you drag your selected images across the screen to the
project panel. Release to drag and drop.
Your images might appear
something like this. Play around with dragging and
dropping them in different positions to play with their
Find the T symbol. This stands for title. Click on
it to view the selection below…
Choose your title style.
When adding multiple titles, it is best to pick the one that
suits your project, and stay with that same one
Add your text.
Explore and play to add transitions.
Once your teacher has previewed your
project and provided you with feedback for fine tuning,
you are ready to Share your project. Under Share, select
Note the name, and
location as well as size. Choose the default of Large.